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nTtng added to th material ofMrnffi (ma of
DAY'S ML. DAL JOIIHKHS
And hand torn a.aortntontof
4&iJ fcs lL'j A A A A.'J
W. nrn p .pnr.il t. i'nt rtrj thing In onr IIh,
Show Bill", l'rna-rnnimen,
H 4 Hills, Iuvitnlions,
lllnnk Note", Check,
I'nmphlet., llookn, Ac,
Bnth. mwl ati.faotorr manner.
Orders Filled at Short Notice,
And ob tli. vary
M'KF.K Ar nAlLKY
3neal Collecting tod llmincu Afeni;
L A W.
IS. I,. !rillltli,
Attorney and Counsellor at law,
Tim. i, oiiio.
Offie tn Commrrinl Row. Jnnrnn,tf.
0PKR K. WA'KltNi K.I.AM I I.I. A H II;
AVATSO.-V St U lLliAUl),
ATT O R N E Y S A T LAW.
WILL attend irOaipitr to nil klnrl. of kf .it limine;
O tto In Cuniitu-rcial Hoa, Tillin.Ulup. nnv4
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Singer's Illuck, op)iogito Cuuit IIoiiko. Up
sl,iir m l'J 67 If
J. liTlfo It IK
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
kFFICB in Klinnlxn'i New lllock, nr Xl'f vrr'
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
NOT. I It Y PtHl.lC,
An' ncnpfftHntitrnnr Arnl. Otlic with W. P.k
II. NoM, I IMin, (II, io. .'pllMr
Soblcr DfM'olf A: 'ohlr,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Liiw.
IIIDca in Hincer'l Nw 11 lork , fiimo.ite l)t I'mirl
- W. P. lobl, D, F.UnWolf, llnnltfim Nobl.S
JOHN C. LRK.
fji'0 Sc Ilrewrr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Solicit. ill Imm i ry,
Konmi, In.Siurrr'. Nvw lilo.-h , pitnt Id Court
lluMif. I lllin, Mwy Mill, ftH.tl
LK4N DKK tTKM. WII.I.IAM H.JUHNaoN
Stem A: Jo!iiiscui,
Attornuya uml Counsellors ftt Law.
. FKIC.'t:.in lU.lrr.'Nrw lllo.-k .nvrr Vullinvr'.lMili
I" f .I'W Mlin .Iffl. I'rti''r.inii:il Itti.inr.. mil lit
ellrtion of all kiml.nl t-Utm. jiromtilly atttotlcj lo
Tillm, llfo. i;il. I. J.
J. J. .Sterner."
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
llaaro.oraad iho pnutlrf, and will ?W tirtet attinlio
to all lininMi ntruleil lo tittn. DltU-r tn ll -4wnt
Khart'a HI a, dirtntily aUivt tda iinw f'tn of Air
Uoorfio Taylor aod ojiiie lit hnwlinu tluuo.
W7 i 1 lia in II T la veil por t ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Votary Jftr, and
Cnitiniiaiiiiir for Kriiturkv Ritit Culiftirlun
MKKItK No Vol KoirtliSlreot,letwin Main
ad Walnut .t... C'lnplnnatl, (Miin. cr.'V-lr
COLLKCTION AND LAND AGENCY.
joi;s cV TIIOIIAS,
Gonoral CollcrtlnK and Land Antt, wilt prompt I
ttond to tha itiillt;iion of all claim, antruvlvu mtltrir
ar, In Hensua and ailjniniMf Counlto. M ill !
ottond lo 3H whvi lej.il advie t ncr.lrd i rro.
aatin belura Jnitiur.ul tlia I'vaco. Ortont I -Ii-
it j( lo Uuv or ll Land nr Tovrn rniiwrtjr
tliair aivaniago loivatt. auati.
J. V. JllNKl.
E. W. TIIOMAH.
Rnrnn to Palmki k Mvtiii, Kin.llnr.
tiOIT df llKOWL, "
' W. V. k II NoL, Tilnn.
, . Font, k C. t'o.lo'in.
Deo.24, If jri tl.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A K D
General Land A gent;
Would roM'fnllr inform lh poblia tlivl iia ha. con
utad witU In. praetiea r-jfol''f
P.t i.Uin to kr l.nn.l. or Town I.ot.. will
inn It in lli.il nd'niilnKn t ."mn. hi. ook. or.ti-
irie. lor location, pric..,
wl.htn( in .r.lliav. Ii.m n ma.IT o. in, u,
...rm.i.on ol proiMTtY ,' to lor nnlnr.
I jrothf. la niwhin.'ConiiuorinlBIOLk.oniUi
"H PAlli KOK LANU WARBANT8.
"GKOIBUI':. ii. humisw,
C1VII. lO.MJINKKlt AND
Offioo in Hhtwlian'i Block, over tlin llank or TiBin.
Clock and AVa I cli -Maker.
Allkiudnul waluhtit kept ouimUull) on lm
Store in Coiinnerciai Kotv.
Tiffin. Sept. Uth, Ij
CJ 15 AH,
CARRIAGE tfe WAGON Maker
and nannrarluror ot
O xtiIxx Cradles.
Oftl.oW.I ialUV. A .uppiv ol iUo tlle he keapt
oa.iaiitlv on hand, ai k !( i (foaifiria. Tlie)
kl.o tor ! at rt nth tin'i llardwr.ra tture II TiHia .
All or ler promptly a I tended to. awa-lO-lr
Tillla Ft. Wayne Kail
Oftlceof ibaT Ft. W.I H.Co..
Oeeotnher, IIVK. f
IHRoffleo oThiiAaoipftaytt roianni I tora
td h , d h van on ft rooiaH or a pled ,
in lUa 44 lory of Toaab't Klaek intnt of Main
PrrT.t..t. 14.0. HUM HELD, fac'y.
M. MO' AL19TKaV, . COWUCfl-
McAlister & Cowles.
DIALERS I- HKlVKH, anl Wanofneiarev of
I'opikorandheetliun War, laai.' Mw II look,
tn door fooihol Navtof'a hard war atoeo.
TliSa, ApnU, in if
CI IATB GROWF.h'B eaa carry their butatii
X moAt nreaMfullyat llaaumonton. If from fwdi.
Hoaa forty Viovaid. were Ml oni tho paal a.
to advrtiMuiunt of Hnueoaio Land., another
anUmo , I m LLifi-
""";ir . I NH wanlia U etianxo tboir taala to
lne 'wiirv ft Neat H l lentenl
Irvda are a tm whet a tk ciimwto i.
k iiUl, e ndvurtlMoetO of aho H ataioalwa
wiMhf ct-intato. jt L IK
TOM a ilUSS&COJ
"I natnrhfrf ttUtirif ht wen rVTnmh, Jnkn
r Hmi and lieo. R. Hni, havtnftl.lt dar etpired
tho onderelffied havo ..iwiated then.eekea treth-r
forth firpn of rnntiHiniiff l' bnetneoa of Tomb,
Hum fc Co., adr tho aaat itm tad tlyt aa hereto
Ther ill b Interruption I lh hmiaet. a. hrre.
loforecnadot-led, and tho lamt rule, will he ohMrred
la tlioaafaiaat of intrel,vift:
I aaonth. 4 twr el.
Petti nVatet ,1b allew.ee pnvaSU oa demand.
0. nlt'lfl T. Ill F, Ii. M. Ill Ff,
A. U, PfciI II,
II. S. Wenner & Co.,
M ANUFACTI'REFIS OF
Jefferson St., near (tcrmnn Catho
lic Clmrcli. Tiftln, Ohio.
VFIN K tt-va. of the late.l .tha of Hiif jiei, t., fin-
mftirrtali, eontntly oh burnt, antl prnmpilv n to
or.irr. I 47. II. H. VV KM,K ft u.
Dr. J. TIcAdoo,
T"'t' ftrafnptW tt4 to all rail., o.lbvf In T t
It An or nnnntry, in a.tmmitrif to (Ito arHi-trl.
rartlralaratirntinn paid to Krmnla liar.. HtHitr
anil rimtf daih. ennnrrtPtt willilli nfTIrr, ntrdirntrtl
when ilvrin1 nr iBTr Ht litttnlf. IHTlr wit of tl0
Womlrn Urittf VVard, T iff n, Ohio.
Iluy A: rarrlajfe lnnu
larturrr, Eautofthe Cour'llotme.on MurkclStrcct.
Mr. I. . A lion,
Milliner & Dress Maker,
Frxm m-rr P. K . hl awlian' .lore. Main itraot.
Ttilia.Ulno, Ort Ulh, H36iu
V. V. lir.lMIAICX
ii:TAii m i(.i;o,
OFFH'K In Hh.nlnn'i Hl.., k. 9.1 .lory, ill,rllT
nn l.rtli 'I'ril.nn. Otl'i,-, Mnrkvl .tn.t, Ttlbn.O.
M KIICII .1 NT TAII.OU.
Nl) IVIrr In R-...W.M..I. Cloll.lnf , CMI.i,
,11 h..l ...rt., . ..Ii.if .(!.
Kiofron Antn .lrl. oi.iMj.ttf tlm r.nncn Crnnlr
DA VIS HO USE.
(Formerly called tin "City Houn.")
LEVI WEIRICK, Propitetor.
Tltc undsriliriird ilrirf. to (nfoim all tii tVivml. and
the lair pal run, of tlia I Tit v Him, (now lli liavi.) I lint
hi. hotel I rr.idv tor lit rn-rpdon of vii!.. I lie
I ) lia bn r.-lMitlt. roraritiihed and l. now ft.
jrnnda nnf I n tlia coiiiilry .
I ti'twlmva .laldinvnnouElitoarennimndnteanT nttn-
ieruflior.r.,and wl llalw .liava an iriiuminner d.
Lt:Vl VVLIKlt h.
Tiffin' O IPbrr 1. 1-T.H 15tf
Having pii niimrnil) l(n i Ii . i ti linn I i. jtnl nM-iivi
at Won.lt r' Hrui anil Unk Mi rr . So. I Hi.liiin'
tlht.:b,and solicit. an intprvlion til'lti -Iih W of VV':ilf
CliM-ki, Jeelrvand hthrr wita. and ioit lo uiiTit
a liir- nl pulilie paironrife.
ti' p. Inn done in the IhI .tylonf woffLman.ldp.
Tittin, June 3, Jf.'iU.
'" n i: IV .TJ I Lll A Kit V
MISS E . T . CO BURN
lima ju.t rut urn rd fnm Xaw York and opened ft
Fnx Assortment of Mii.mnkrv,
rontnrl.Inf lltti, tp, Tlrad-dr'"ea. Amrrican and
Krenrh Kl'wr, i'.inlirdilrrifi, Vail, llanilk.-r. licit,
Mltti, h'alte Hair, I f.rti, I ttKntinn hkirla, iVe.
Hlie w i II tie h.ppv lo nit iMin nil tint Invor her wltli
call. Allofilcr. prni:dlv niiimli
All or iter pr.in!l I niiimlril to.
On Main meet, la illai-k'a It lot k
W. II. Tnrli, 1.
PIIYHCIAN AND SUK(iEON.
OF Me:: on M.in .It el, 0.Hi.lt lllvli'. lUr , k
I Htin.Ol.io. mn'S '311
Or. FmnkTin Is nt Home xgain,
and li:t.ii a.MwiatiMl himself with
A' R. S A M UE L (J EE,
w wilt do nil work nnrmUil to u. jt.oiti,lly. nni'.
YVn r r a n t Sa t i k 1 a r t io n .
lr. i'rnnttlin mnv.ho pennitud to remind llita rom
niiiml , ihitt Idii esperienoe in Mrdieine and iSnrjfvry
vnalih'. him In tri.H itneanad lf ii aod 1:iim wild
lieilei tiH-i-e. Ihiin some who t It the in H-ntianM
II niitN, hut wIiom tlttun to U.ai it lie untiojttllier tab.
A II poraon. having IH.CA Vr'li TV. r.TH, PINK AH
Kit lilMH, or in wnnl of A H 1 1 M 'i A I. TK(-I II,
wiHdn wettloi'tll nl our i-liiim, one door 'at of tftiaw
ban Hume, on Perry t.
F. FRANKLIN. t?AMl EL CKE.
TilTln, June 17, If'.V).
BANK OF TIFFIN:
NIIAWHAN'M NI.W III. (,
THIS RANK WILL CONTINUE
lo ir rntup! n pfnrt.l llatikiiii liuiitt.,and pay inlere.t
on Jv.okitu follow i
;i tnoniii., 4 pf ueni,
fl 5 "
Ceriiuate. payable In nil c
L. UoHHBV. A. U. Hsk r
ea.e nn demand
Protect the LIvei of Yourselves
and Fntuilieii !
L'ROTECT YOUR PROPERTY
Tha unilerirnd would revperlfullv annonneo to tlio
Paltlie tlm i lie hrtt jut rooivt)d ft .upjtly ol ItiO :elbrft
Electro Hagnetic Conductor,
which ha I. ftl a'l timet roady to pat op oa .hort aoliea
itml nn ra.oinlj(e lenni.
Tin Hotl I. Ilit beat now In n.o, and 1. fast takmf ihe
laeo of all other, baine lha Combined Copper and
Iron (.'able, in froi; .aa, therefore, all jint; don't
rutt, being up plied wiih toe Uallrri, and ha. mora
urtac loan any other Uoaduetor now in n.
V. B. AIm), prnparoil to put nil ollmi kiuil ol llo.l.
jflrw. ITfary Andcrksou,
lrppcr Mnndolr, Ohio,
Mala Ureal, oa auar Nurtkel th L'curl IIoom.
l J. & (). II. KINNAMAN
Re'fealfully tndf tlteir f r fjfonal -ri I tho
Lailin ami lientleinenuf thin plac,aiidvieiuily, Tkey
are pirpurd to erfrtft ftll lh operattoiu vonoaulod
with lb fti-lonea of
apon tho nio.l improved and otBlirie prinriple..
t'erton.detirii.jMt will be walled upon ailkeiirawden
c., A liurterr will racive prompt atteytioa.
All Work will bo Warranted.
tlTOAe lo room formerly o-capled ty Ic varr
pun corner "f Maahtnriow and Maeaet ateeala.
Tarnw, Uano, April 5rtrri, Ipm.
Tho undersigned offer their eer-
vleoakoih pabhe sa laaenera tho Vvofin, Flni.
and varioo.oiher in.leunMOl.i oleo, lo lfci.ik, La
Ua, praoub iuiiaa. ad Uerotan !nrunire.
AI.Hrkf H' KW"T KIN.
i,JAO'H bAlLLtr.i X.
frrici Waalaiftaftoft Looaaof'a itittldlajr;
Front atatrn. ocutl-U
1 )C. K" rW wininfr to, oaUihlikb H annlawUnrie. Is
ra ft4v7MMbl ih liaaMMu rulamt.
Raymond's 10 Dollar
F11IILY SEW1XG 3IKH1XB.
For Sale by
At J. Volmcr's Clotliinj Store.
Ihr Ilt-Kt for ramlly I sc.
Afnt. wantvil ftf oarh Town, hip.
I will nlso cull I. M. SICiER"S
Mnnuf ctoring Machine
ISoots and Allocs
Selling Cheaper than Ever!
I will Sell my Entiro Stock of
Hoots Jt3 HllOCS,
AT LOWER PRICES,
Than I hv tt offrrrd thm to th nnhllr lfttO
I liato Tn, Mora, Yftnihi and Infant. Hoot, and
flioit alrt, Iiilir., Mimii and I'hililrrn. (iiil- r:
Mumnrn Kid and Cnlf Lact Bl.( mad fucir Hno.
of all aiada.
The ttock is First Quality
Eastern tnd Homo malt Work,
Ami it will.nlt all rrn. thjil want a f.iod aniW. '
ma a rail, a. It will ftr t a .It, and CAPtt
onlv, In tda Md Uool And Mmw r-'frrr. No 3 K(rrl'
Hlo. k. 1 IIOMAri UK A .
'nttoniri work mado to or tor a. aun, oc 3 n
House Moving and Huising,
S. S. RISING Ell
WOl'I.D innonnoa to tli elllven. Tiffin, and Henn.
en a 'id a'ipiniff eonntir., ilmt he i auipl) jra
pared wit all ilia iiveoary apparauu fir
Horlug or liaising
Houses, Darns, &c.&c.
of all lre., andlo any diiianea reiniml, willtont injur j:.
11k Umki8TA1S4 tiik Iiorna !
t'r''hrie. mnderalo. Oia him ft Cnll.
Tirtin, Uy iSdi. IH.VI If
A. & B. Kiscblcr's
BOOT & SHOE STOSE,
III a in Street, TiHiu, O.
T. Wlll'l.ll CAI.I. TUB ATTKNTIHN UK
, , tit. t,til,'ir lo ll.n I'nut that wm linvn rci-riveil Ilia
InrfH.I .tH-k ol
TJoota cJSa SIiocb,
LEAI IIi:il &, 1'1M)L,
tv.r o.T'-red In lM mnrket, wl.U h i will
SELL LOW for CASII, ONLY.
CALL AND PKE bof.in- rim bn ..Im-whin-,
A. ii ii. kL'HUI.KU.
Tiffin, P..pt.SS, '50 3,n '
Wonld Inform hi. colomert lliat ha hut removed
. v ii. iii i:iiLr.ii's
1JOOT and LEATHER STORE,
Where ha will hereafter ha
to wnil iijmiii tlia ill.
fottnd ready and 1
All who wnnl ft
Good Fitting Hoot ok Siiok,
will )i!a.e givo him ft cm II, ftl I lie plate alto e men
Tillm, Nov. 4, lhSO 3m
'llLLlS, I&5CO .S 4v c:o.
(Hocce.Mr. lo Ii. A. fhiadky and lirothora )
Cn r r ia ge 31 a 11 ui'ac t u rv rw;
At Kopublic, Si-ncca Co.t Oliio.
Won hi reeetfully announce to tha Puhlie thatihey
have piir'haed Hi Miriif&tMnry heretofore leloninp
to 11 A. Hlieildev nnd Htot'ter., and are prepared to
all kind, ol wort, in liieir Itue and will.vnuntly aeej
CAKR VliKH. Ill (.Hi Kf, anil M I.KIhr",
Wlii hiliev lU'tert.hiillva. ihall be .tcond tonona
Kepulilie . I tluUei '.".II It, I . .tf . ir
Jna.T.KIii., Je.kie. It. I lia, Ooi. Kheidley.
CASH FOR WIIFATI
Thahifilwil Maikcl rrlra ftlwnva Tnid at th "W
Wheat, Rye, Corn and Oats,
When farmer, hrine their (.rain to Markot, they w
ftl way find a. on hand wilhlha ' Oocnnwiita."
jttT tilw in a Call. t?jr
P. ILL & OSDORN.
July SI), tHi.
To The I'nblie.
Tl naderaipr.ed '.aving opened an iloii.ifo
WAGON M A U FACTORY,
In RepnSln.', wotrhl rperlfuilf inform tho citiaen.nf
He need, and aljlnint conolie., Hist ho lia nn hand
laiea .lock of the tir.t ipialn y of tenoned lumber. and
t. prepared lo furnib wagon., eot up la hi rood and
work nmn-) ka Biinntr a can be mad ia the Hat.
Mnvini been lonp nyed altb buinoi, lie UoI.cob
ttdautll'at hi. vtatruu.
CAN NO P HE SURPASSED,
For lithi rttnninjr and prfet .ymmelrv of form, wliieh
tufellif wub the i r duminlily , rtindrr tike in inir.ieir
able than tho. made tn any othrr aretion of th .lal.
He witl keep oonalfciiliv hand all forma and .ire.
I'tpe-Hoi VVfoti thai may ! desired, and will
them i'ba(i ihaacan bo pynjliawtd in any oilier pari
Of I ha lel. C. U.inUMN,
Mepubhe, Heneua Co. Ohio, June 3 m
SEGARS & TOBACCO.
The under. Inadhavinf tablihd
SEGAR & TOBACCO STORE,
ON WAHN(;TON hthrkt,
Nearly oppoaite the l onrt llou.o, otler. for ftal
whole. ale and retail, the beM iniKJtted Havana, Cuba,
eia and linelie rVgr alo beit tirand. of hew
in and antukiiiff i.h-4-e. 1.. lit IKNmTKIN,
Ov-H V a .hirtf inn .1., nearly p- I he Coorl llou.
Marine porehaaed tha interett and ft it me i !
Khawhea Hen llnri-er t-liop, lunar fly btilintr to
Miiet, the an.iersir ited lkr Ul aHetl-od of infoioiine
tlio pMblie l'iat her ii rra U at H tunne, at iho
land ono door north of th rhawh.. llrte, lo ei
ku itomet noud abave .a trim hair eal, and a luj.ui.aal
kli4MH'ulii at Iho tji-t ree.on-'lihi rate.
aot.4 I. ONrt Ik IVUN'OH.
IVo. 56 Went Fourth st.t brlueen M'al-
nut tad Vine, Ctnelnaall. ortW-lr
1859. 1859. 1859.
BILL & OSEOEH.
Proprietors oft lie R . R. Warehous
es, Tiilin, Ohio.
a-S l.-aUf inH.lt, Vt n.ilJnl.eHl. rin.t.r.nte.
I r. ..b, .-d (to. kiEli..t oninnl pal tut HIM
Coia, s?.B.l.ln... M
mffltt J,ll,Ttll 7rvT(ttl
vt m wuu:p'rft
A ymttli .nil mniil, cm winUr niglil,
Wort silling in Ihi' forttcr,
lf'n tmmo, ' ti.lil , n Jiol.un W'liil.
Ami h.-rn wn. rntit'tioo WnrrnT.
N"t mitcli lhr (Telly tnni.l tnul,
rti'nMo llio yomir limn iltinjr''
!! r cli.vki in . rwy rvtl,
11, r oyi.. l nt on lu r knitting.
Xor ronlil hp pm-nn wlint thnnchlt of Mm
Wr Ut Iht Untni fltMkin(.-t ji
Ai lu r fnir finger, t. ifl An, I ntiip,
l'l MtinJ .nil ruuiul th. nlut king.
Vhil,', f, Junl.tia, l!ifn! ymitli,
Hin wonlt ftnw fw nnil ft-wrr;
Ui.nii(li nil tliu tiino to I.' 1 1 Hi. tiulli,
Hin cli.ir ctlgril nrnrt-r U' Ikt.
llrnntimc htt )m II of ynrn fcAV out,
Sli. knit no fnit H.n.iy;
Ami Ii. nitint pivc liin ni,l, no iIoliU.
To g.'t aiK'tlicr ri-aily. .
Ho hoM till Bkt-in; of ootimr tli. tlirmil
OotUtnulnl, nnnrl.il, nml twiiUil;
"Hnve pnticnou!" criotl tlionrlk'U niniJ,
To liint r, ho lirr annistej.
GiaHlolinnce wm thin fur Ungii-ttel churl
To nliorti-n all palaver;
"Have 1'atii'ncr!" crieil h, "dmml girl,
And may 1 rvally have lur T '
Tlin ilecil a J.nr; no mors, Hint nlglit,
Clit'ktMl notHlliiia In thn ooriii r;
Anil iho la Jlit. Jnnhiia UU
That otic, wan IVirnc Wurncr.
"HAVE PATIENCE!" THE TEST OF LOVE.
" If I rvcr marry," id MnrKnrct Haily
to lift counin Olivin, "it will be man
who dooa not live entirely for liiinsrlfibut
who, out of tha benevoluncc of a rlnrita
ble heart, w ill nnt pna. unheeded tho err
of tho widow and orphan w ho call ou him
"You apeak warmly, Mirfjnrct."
"Uecauan I feel it. I liavo alwayi
thought Ihut a rlinritjblc innn would mako
a good huabniul."
"Hut how will you lio ablo to jtido ol
thia! You are an hcireaa, and of courae
you hare ni.iny auitora. Do you not be
lieve that any one of them would be will
ing to do a chnrit thle mood lor a while,
if they auppnacrl that up.in this irisuo tle
peniled tlio hand of thu wonltliy heireia!"
"l'crhapa you ore riuht," aaid Murar
et thotijfhtlullyj hut che added itiildoiily,
"An ill. 'a hu juot CJinu into my head, by
whii'h I think thia emlmrraanmeiit can be
"What ia it!" naked Olivia, curious'y.
"L 't me confea, in the fir.t plne.e, that
ninoiii; all who are 'pnrral!y connidered
atiitora for my hand peihups fortune
would be tliu most aiiprnpriato word
there it nono whom I would think of h
hnnliund rxcent Herbert I.oj and Henry
Aiiiawortli, Tliu former, j'ou know, ia
wealthy, the latter a clerk, dependent on
his income, which, I should Jtidie. hu
not laign, Iow, j liavo a iiiiinl to huu.
et tlieao two to a test."
"A ','ood idea: but luw will you man.
ae it!" ar-ked Olivia.
You know that there ia a poor family
on Alh n-strci t, the one of whom we hoard
to-day, consiftiiitf of i mother, who in
ick, ami three yotmy; children. IMowl
am a Roinjf anonymously, of courae to
recommend tin" luimly to tho charitable
office, of both Herbert and Henry Aiiia
wortli, and wo will ce tho result. They
will not recognize your hand writing;
therefore I want you to take pen and pa
per nnd write a note at my dictation."
Olivia procured tho writing materiula,
and her cousin dictated ai follows:
"Dear Kir Though a atranjer to
you, I lako the liberty of calling your at
tention to the cause of my pour family
now living in a a:nle room in Allen
street, who in conseqiicnco of the Illness
of the mother, who hua supported them
by plain sewing, are reduced to extreme
want. A littlo aid at this time would be
to them like the vinit of an angol from,
heaven. Will you extend it! At least,
call upon them, and you will bo convinc
ed that this is but a simple, plain state
ment of the truth. Clin HIT Y.
The note was
copied and dispatched
through the post-oflicu to the address of
Perhaps throe duys afterwards, Her
bert Leo called ut .Margaret's residence.
Margaret adroitly led tho Conversation to
tho Hubject of charity and charitable in
stitutions. "Ah," said Herbert Lee, "that reminds
me of an odd circumstance, I received
letter the other day, recommending
my notice a poor fuiuily in Allen-street.
It was sigm d Charity, and advised nic to
go and see them."
"And did you go,"asked Margaret quick
"No!" was the laughing reply. "I
haven't time to waste in hunting up all
tho destitute families in the city. I should
have my hands full.''
"Hut the family may bo suffering from
"If they are, Char ty would he in bet
ter business iu relieving thera himself
than iu sending anoiiyiuuus letters of ad
vice to olhers."
Would Herbert Leo have laughed so
merrily if ho had known the effect of his
want of feeling on her whom he was most
anxious to please!
'1 think, after all," said Margaret when
Herbert had withdrawn, "that I must go
and seo Mrs. Greon inysulf. If Henry
Ainsworth is no more charitable than
Herbert, he will fare ery hard."
The ladies arrayed themselves for
walk. A few minutes broueht
the residence of the widow of whom they
wero in search.
To their surprise they found, on being
admitted, that a cheerful tire was glowing
in the stove, while a pleusuut smell ol
dinner filled tho apartment. Ou the ta
ble by tho side of the window was some
medicine. The hearth was brushed up,
and the room, though srantily furnished,
presented a neat and very comfortable ap
pearance. Margaret looked around In surprise.
"1 was led tu believe," said shu, "that
you were in great want."
"So we are," said Mrs. Green, "but
thanks to the generosity of a noble young
gentleman, who stepped forward to our
relief, we are no longer so."
"Indeed, who was it that thus befrieuid
"His name ia Ainsworth. Ho sent for
a doctor for me, at his own cost purchas
ed food and coals, so that, by the bless
ing of God, I hope soon to recover my
hualih, and then all will go right oucci
ind hop rtmnin with.lrow, leavini;
Afters littlo nnfe rnnrprantion Mar-1
' ' r Mrs. Uroi-n sonto
money for her
1 "oiiitit. Herbert I.ee offered his
. - - --- . -" 1
Mii.Ho fll.r Hnily.anJ t,. hissur -
prise, no le.s hi- Oumfifiire she refus-,4"?
A week afterward Henry .; v ortn !
made Ins appearance. Ho neeinviV ,,.
hii)irnct. He -ceim
aunt th hi, .K. Ail i
prntiy lot) our li.omrM. lMilUr-lV,.w
l! I .11 o.,n.,l n n.
lie ha.k.-d at her onrneatly am. i tout,
atiilt'ien replied; "I will Indeed tell you I
the aubjeet of my thought, and ask you
to rorgivo mo afterward. It is, I know, j
aet of presumption for a poor clerk to
speak oHov, ,. marriage to a wealthy
u. ..... .. rnumn n.-.p n a .u.rei any :
l.tn.M.. I ...... w..., Kl -;K ,-..!.
,. ' ".,. "'"
V , 7.. i
N.),"snid Mnrenret promptly, "for you
hnve sui.l nothing that requires it. And
if j'mu do indeed think me worthy of Ink
ing, you may have me and welcome, "
"Do I hear aright!" w as tho delighted
reply. "How have 1 deserved such good
"Listen nnd I will tell you. I had re
solved never to marry one unless I was
convinced thut lie was charitiiMo. I.ust
week you received an anonymous letter
receinniendinjf a poor family to your char-
italilo notice. I find that you have visit
ed them and relieved their necessities. I
feel that I can safely trust my happiness
in your hands, aii.ee you have uobly stood
"Truly," said Henry Ainsworth, as his
eye lighted up with gratitude, "charity
la Its own exceeding great reward."
Satan Diddled by a Cobler.
"Old Nick," although considered rath
er sharp than otherwise, has been served
some very acute tricks. Among the rest
we have heard of a poor cobler who made
a league with him, and after enjoying ev
ery earthly bleraing, he was waited upon
ut the end of the term by his brimstone
mi.jesty, who domandnd his soul.
The cobbler took a sharp knife, and
ripping off tho sole of his shoe, threw it
at the feet of his illustrious guest.
" What dues this mean!" cried tho lat
"Look at the contract!" w as tho reply
of the cobbler.
Hntnn examined tho contract, and
round that tho word was spelt solk, which
only entitled him to the piece of leather.
He turned on Ins heel, and went oil
sc.rntcl.inghis head; end he has been call
ed "Old Scratch" ever since.
- "Old Bullion" onco said, "Douglas ran
never be President, Sir! His cout tail is
too nesr tho ground, Sir! too near the
Hut the best thing ever said on Doug
Ins was by Sam Houston. About the
days of tlio Kansas-Nebruska bill, nn old
Tennessee friend of Sam's met him at
Washington, and in the course of aeon,
vernation on the great men of the coun
try, the naino of Douglas was mentioned.
"Ah! poor Douglas," said Houston,
"he has been sot back."
His friend not uudgrstaiiding tho re
mark, the Texan Senator proceeded to
illuMtrutn it by an anecdote of tlio family
of an old acquaintance of theirs.
"Thu old gentleman mado it a rule that
tho children shoulddineataside table un
til they were sixteen years old, at which
ago they were permitted to cot with the
older members of thu family. On one
occasion a visitor, who was aware of the
cuito.n, observed one of tlio boys, whom
ha thought was of tho requisite age, eat
ing ut tho side table, and uskod linn if lit'
w as not sixteen years old. "Yes," said
the boy, "I was sixteen some time ago,
and the old mm. let me come to his tnbl
but there was a dish fur dinner that I was
very fond of, and instead of waiting to
be helped, I undertook to help inyncll.niid
reached to far, and met with an accident,
and he sot me back two years."
Probably Mr. Doughs suppose.' that
his probation is over, but it would not be
surprising if ho meets with another acci
dent before the meeting of the Charles
A Pious Man and Saved his
Recently a gentlt mnn riding in an en sc
orn Railroad cur which was scarcely sup
plied w ith pussengers, observed, iuasent
before him, a loan slab-sided Yankee; ev
ery feature in his face seemed to ask
question, and a little circumstance soon
proven mat ne possessea a more inquir
ing mind. Uefore him, occupying the en
tire sent, sat a lady dressed in deep black.
After shitting hi position scveraltiu.es,
and innmeuvering to get an opportunity,
to look into her lace, he finally caught her
"Yes, sir,' responded the lady quietly.
'I'aront! father or mother,
Child, perhaps!' -'No,
sir. net a child, I havo no chil
'Huobund, then I cxpectl'
'Hum! cholera! a tradin man may bel'
'My husband was a son-faring man, tho
captain ol a vessel, lie did ut die of cl.ol
ere, but ho was drowned.'
Oh, drowned, ehP pursued the inquisi
tor, heuiUting a brief instant.
'Saved his chi.t!'
Yes, tho vessel wss saved, and my hus
band's effects, said the widow curtly.
Waelheyl asked the Yankee, his eye
brightening up. 'I'ious man!'
'He was a member of the MuthecKst
Thu next question was a little delayed
but it rame.
'Don't you think you have a great cause
to he thankful lliat he v. as a pious u.an
and saved his cl.ii t!'
'1 do,' said the widow abruptly, and
turned her heud to look out of the win-
dow. The indefatigable '.lump', changed
his position, held the widow by hisglit-
toring eye once ui .rc.und propounded one
! more query, iu a lower tone, with his heud
slightly inclined forward, over the buckof
'Was you ever calculating to get mar
'Sir.'suid the widow, indignantly, 'you
are impertinent!' And she left her scut
and took another side of the car.
"i'ears to be a little bully!" said the
ineffable bore, and turning to our narra
tor behind him: "Wta did they muke
you pay lor tnat ntuu blue uiunreua
you've got iu your haud!"
07-General Thomas Thumb, who al
though barley knee high to a grasshopper,
made ft largo fortune lor I T. Itanium,
and a snug one fur himself is reported to
be about Ut unite himself in wedlock with
ft lady of youth and beauty. The author-
ties diller about Iter l.iglit, and It is van
iusly stated, as three feet nix, and six feet
Particulars of the Disappearance
Brayton 34 years age.
"lent i.roviow uv,.r large portion of thia
and Seneca co.u,i.v 07, ,,.c,unt ,,f ...n
rpUirn , (.j. friom., 0T 0 Maxtf w
UHj.rToi,, who was stolon from' cw ford '
yp in t!lig cuty( by the Indians, !
jtdiity-f.u.r years ago, allow us to giwiin-r
yu , .,rt but rir,,,,.t Htutenient ol the
We clip from a rommunicatitin sent to
i'"1 v " V .1 7
P"lieulr or tho disappearance or
U - t ik.. 11 .. s 1 idi.1 t .
.t.M.i ,tm, .tm.,,m hA r. .11,.,.'.
iM , dctlli h,n nything wo have before
rt (, , . . . t
ln,. in t(lP rt,p t, ,. jr tl.d from hiii.sell
aim ins veneral.le father, (now 7S yare
oia re.lln presenco of bis sister, Mrs.
Dav.s, and his Ilrother. Dr. A . llravton
On the twentieth day of Beptemher A.
D. Ifj Slnlthrw, then a M of some
seven years and some months of agn.and
his brother Wiltiutn, who was some five
or six years his senior, were sent by their
parents to me wood in sourch of their
cattle. Klijnh llravton. the father, then
ItViirl mine tim nr a., n .. ..r U:
' i v n v 1 1 1 niiu tU klllllirtOII
Mi( in Ty.uochtee Tp., and the beya
were told t proceed in their search to.
ward the presont residence of John 11 :i.
ker, in Lruwlortl Tn.. which order thev
obeyed, until they had soon passed the
small opening mado at that point, and
tnmo in near wnero w illintn Hurt then
lived. Here thev met Mr. Hart, u h
also in search of entile. A short
cm stiltntion was held between the trio.
and it v. aj agreed thut young Matthew,
who was considerably fatigutd by hi 1
reatly very long walk, some three milea
should re i urn tMr. linker's and Mr.
Hart and William should Continue the
search for the raltlo.
Matthew, nothing daunted, start d for
his dcstii ntion, whit h, alas! he was des
tined not soon to reach. Mr. linker, the
father of John linker, one of the earliest
-.vi.IT- w. una county, nau men ji.si com-1
...me. an opening and wos preparing
to build a log cabin; the log. for which
been hauled but a lew days prior to
the fatal day. The path Matthew lml
v.ae.1, .eu in a sou n westerly direction.
...vvrnoti ,.g maiinew s pain I.ctorc It
reached linker's It nnoi arnd IV,,. tl,.
littlo foot pr , t' aft twT Is tlmt he 1 d
prcco tded P . til he X , H,..h.
where the path, divereed. .,,,1 t ere he-!
coming bcvyildeicd, had tukon the end of
tho path led to where the logs came from
instead of the end thot led to Mr. llakers.
How fur he proceeded on this path is
not known it beinor tho full of the vcar.
onu viib grouuu covered with leaves, all
"7 "" " w"V',n "ever again
. I, ' 7 unur u' UI," 01 B F
riod of thirty-four years,
Alter a fruitless search of a few hours
for tho cnttle, William and Mr. Hart re
turned; William going to Air. linker's.
with tho expectation of findinir Matthew.
Upon arrivinir there however, he learned
to his dismuy, thnt Matthew had not been
there, and will, a heavy heart ho hurried
ly ran home, thinking thut possibly Mat
thew might have continued his journey
hon.ewuril, . . .
Here again, he was tlostined to bo but
too sadly disappointed. Matthew had nut
reached liomo. His parents already over
aux'ouH, were now almost frantic; he had
returned without Multhew. Wan he lost!
Wus he devoured by wild beasts! (The
woods were then full of them.) Wus he
stolen by tho Indians! what had become
of him! w hat win his fate) These and
a thousand other such imaginings, as a
parent can only know, filled the minds ol
their parents, one of whom wus never
again to renlizj thu pleasure of seo
nig it even hearing of her darling hoy.
It was now near nightfall, and the alarm
was given thut Matthew wns lost, and the
family, friends and neighbors, all with one
accord, turned out to search for tho little
wanderer. That night wss vainlv spent
in endearorinir to obtain some clue to his
whereabouts. , The next day the news
spread like fire ou a burning prairio. A
child had been lost! Kvory lather appeur
ed to share the sorrow, and every mother
to ieei mo pang that rent thoss anxious
parents hearts. All the white inhabit
ants within a distance of many miles,
with one accord, came to assist iu search
ing for him. Hut the panic did not strike
the hearts of tho whites uloiie it extend
ed t ven to the red man.
The Wyandotte Indians turned out in
a body to aid in finding something that
might load to his discovery or hi where
abouts; but all was vain. After the woods
in every direction, emnruc.iig a cireiun-
frence of twenty miles, hud been so thor
oughly searched that all wero confident
further search would bo unavailing, nnd
no traces of the little wanderer had yet
neeii liund, tlio luniily and friends re
turned to their hoincs sndiierif Hot wiser
and b "Iter people. From thut day until
the present summer a p:riod of thirty
four years, nothing, uot ivon the slightest
circumstii.ee had ever transpired, to give
his friends the remotest ideu of his where
abouts or of what fate had befallen him..
Most of the residents of the county
had slept their last sleep. Tho Wig
wam of the rid man, and the rude cabin
of the wl.ito man, have alike yielded up
their first fruits to tlio destroying angel.
Loiitr since has that beurt-brok'-u mother
v. ho so deeply lamented the h n of her
darling boy, been called to a placo where
sorrow and trouble lit ver come. Hu' lle
that docth all things well, Ins preserved
, lo. i;r.. r ,'., . .... 1,0 M... ,.,l .. v
" - "
old nee. bv tho si.'ht of bin. w l.om be
hud long given up as lost to nun on tin
fcrWhile attendinir the State Fair
Zanisville, this Fall, Mr. Gvo. W. l'ort
erhcld and Miss I'riscilla 1 luges, of Knox
county, were married by ft Mt. Veruou
clergyman, without the knowledge of any
other human being. Their friends knew
nothing of it till a few days ago, when
they published the marriage notice.
0iT Mr. I'oindexter of the Nashville
Union, w ho was killed ou the lbth. inst.,
by Mr. Hall of the News, wss a native
Virginia, and wanted only twelve day
completing his thirtieth year. In le.Vi,
he wns a Democratic elector of the bill
ftV" Dr. Gray, the physician
State Luuitio Any lum, at Ulica, has im
pressed his opinion to the member, of !It.
Gerrit Smith's family, that there Is reas
onable ground for hope thst Mr. S. nay
soon be restored to perfect soundness,
0.r"Svcu prisoners confined Iu the
Toledo jail, made their VB.'ipe 011 Monday
morning, Nov. ai at, by the help of per
sona who opened the juil Irom the out
side. Two were recnpltuvd, tut five
charged with peuitelitiury oll'unsen, are
sli.l ut lare.
A Suggestive Placard.
!'" "" ''l hoiatereus mirth; there was
no pelt.ng of oranges nii.l apples betveen
th.we on the wharf and those on the
steamer. The very newsboys and pea-
nnt vend. r were quieted. The only
whi. h caught Hie eye as umniinl.'timatcs
i""' ki tted a tain ol theiiebt en the j
, , .
Y"ttday, Senator Owin and Charles
I.. Sc.. tt ori the steamer John I. Htevt n :
lelt for the Atlantie HiaUs. An liuinvti.s'le
d,r the Impr. -ninn thil soi.,0 d. mon.Ua-'
. h ' , f , rn.
I I'M u nu vniiirn UU.UUlll' .Uill.lll.
n,,i, ,M iiiiuuii uw ovi'iti injr tut-i
gre.nn.en wm.1,1 be made by the mulli-
tuilr: but not liitii ocrurrrd tu uuturb Ihe ;
n,.rn. It wn ri.Hn. miAAi'th.
- ih. n th i r lv. Tliraw.aitrilihid. .i
iu,r"lo,, "a n inun'i.ne placirlon
.. .. . . f ..
""" '- long liy tlnon wme,
I In moring.vni, photograph
"'the lamented en .1 .r, w j r. Ilr,.d-
erick, in the centre, and the TtUJV, ing
wor''" unniistnkal.le rharact r in.i-mJ
ed bove tho jiielttre: "Ti... will of the!
,'C,TI, Mn-V tlw ""1,1,'r'r', of l)..v,d C. i
l'lerit k never rtttim to the Sftto of .
v;i.i;iornia, snu neneatn me picture were
tho memornlilo wor.'s ot th departed
Senator. ' I an. killed because 1 was op
posed to the extension ol slavery and a !
.-,, .i,..ii,-ii., ti.;. .,! ... i
was placed in a conspicuous portion near .
the gstowny at the entrance of the wharf!
Mini i.i.i.m athi. t.a.n,,i4 ,,,tlil fuil t,. ii.m. i
it. hat a bitter parting salute that
placard, with it portrait and inscription,
must have hxen to the AonaroVVs who ,
were about returning to Washington to
r,l,r,K'ilt t1"1 people of California, and
gne upon the vacant chair of him, "the
California, Sep. 24.
California, Sep. 24. Spurgeon and His Church.
atll p,.,,.,. Wo chanced to pass that
!,. , hour afterward, and it was an In
bad Acting spectacle that of seeing the vast
! .'nt.lt itu.le quit ty issuing from the gates,
At,. .1. ii... k.. .... ..,
eapacitv. one must go very early to
Mr. Spurgeon ; for. arriving at the
.' . . r
g utes III II o t lot K on (Mlllilay lust, wo
loiind the tn closed by the police, and noth
ing could iinltice t Ii -in to let us in, as the
!,,,. VM ,u;,(, w, thirteen thous.
wi,, u the order and decorum of a less
numetous conore.rntion from the .loom of
. , ,. i T r . a. . - .
it,,a est ,b '"l', d cl."lr, ,. Mr' !";
?LT V"1. " " ."'J''"" 1'"t
" . "Ti?. " 1.. . ...... V
enthusiasm, for surely he Is much admired
and revered by them. Such good nulur
cd crowding, and "shouldering, eager for
a smile," I have not seen In New York,
except at the ovations to Koisuth and
field! Mr. S.iurgeon Is exceedingly
youthful looking, and if ho had but a i.etk
I would call Inn. 1. mdsoino, for his co.n-
pl.'xion is as fair as any Knglish girl's
irrent eniMcitv. one mult '.. v.-rv e.rlo
with lull choel.s, bright teeth and eyes, I
a profusion of dark brown hair, neut- j
He dresses iu rich, Immaculnte '
black, and stepped in hi stylish earring;-,
where his wile and chill were await, ng
him, w ith the elegant case of a gentle.
uiun born to it, and from his carriage win-
dows, still uncovered, continued smilingly
to arkiinw ledge the sulutntmns of the
people, ai long as they could see him.
His great isoernacle near tho Surrey
is being finished with all dispatch,
and lit tho Into laying of th.) corner, he
facetiously denied 1. newspaper slo y, thut
an old lu.lv, dying, Ind lell Inn. Home
money, and moreover, siiil: "1 hopo no
01.0 will leave me any money, for I fear
thut, like other ministers, I might discov
er, simultaneously with the touching the
fortune, thut I was slllicted with broil-
lutis, or something winch disahlcs us
Cor. N. Y. Tribune.
Wh'n the Marines ent.-reil thoA'se-
nul, Ilrown said his party all cried "sur
render." Yet the most of them were
killed and tho rest covered with wounds.
Tho following testimony of Lieut. Green
ut tho trial of Copelnnd, will explain how
Ilrown enmo hy Ins wounds:
Mr. Bennott "ou snv that wl.on
Ilrown wus down you struck him in the
laco w.tli your saber'"
Lieut. Green "Yes, sir."
Mr. SomiuU "Th's was after ho was
"Lieut. Green "Yes, sir; he was
Mr. Sennott "How ninny times, Lieut.
Green, did you strike Drown in the face
with your saber alt -r he was down!"
Lieut. Green "Why, sir, ho wes de
fending himself with his gun."
Mr. Hunter (Attorney for tho Slate)
"I hope the counsel for tho deleii.o will
not press such questions as these."
Mr. Muniiutt "Very well, sir."
The Letter to Secretary Floyd.
The following lo the anonymous letter
received by Seen tay Floyd, and in which
io was advised . the intended outbreak
at llarjer'i Ferry:
CINCINNATI, Aug. 20. 1859.
Sib: I havo lately reeoived inf irmation
I f.-el it to bo my duty t-j Impart it
wittifiut delay. I have discovered tlie ex -
ista.ioe of a secret association, having for
its objoot THE liberation orTiiB BLAVts
AT TIIK SOUTH UY A GENERAL JI-IC.:uwl4
tior. 1 he leader of the party Is oLnj
Kansas. II-Mias been
T , ,
In t.nnnila il.irinr. tho winter, drillinir t he
negroes mere aim inev are 0.1 ly waiving
u 1 ..,...... f... ii,n .,,,,.1, ..
the slaves. They one of tho leading men
m white man, in an armory of Maryland;
where it is situuted I buve Hot been able
to learn. As soon ns ivory thing is rentiy
th hid of their luimbc-r who nro iu the
kJ...(l.A.n , ...... .,,.W-.,,.l . ..a ... ......
,1 Bfi.ui. vol, lea, .,,.., 1.
which is in tho mountains in Vlrgiuia.
They will pa down through Pennsyl
vania Maryland, and inter Virgi.ia st
llarper'i lurry, llruwu left tho North
about tlireo or four weeks n-;o, and will
AIIH THE M LGROtS Bllll nt Iko tllO 01, W
ina few weeks so whst ever is do:ie
must be done ut one--. They Ii vo a large
quantity of arms t their rendesvoun, and
bfy are distributing; them alresdy.
am not fully iu th -ir co.iHJcnce.tuis
is all thu information I can give you. I
dare not sign my name to thin, but I tiust
yuu will not disregard it ou that account.
TilC CRovr. The Journal ofIl"ulth
says: "Wheu a child is tikeu with croup
instantly apply cold wat'T, ics wat .r if
possible Idcnly andfi ci ly vothsne- k
and client with a si'oii;.'e. 'J'h j b.cathiu
will instantly bereliived. As 'on s
possible, let the eutl'erer diii.k ss much
as it can; thi wipe dry, cover it arm
and soon quiet slumber will" relieve et!
anxiety." A person who has repeatedly
tried this remedy, says that it lievor fails
to afford '.rut,.: nt relief..
um.rd tl. OXOTivt drinking.
J . 1
fr-Tho will of the lata Horatio Catea
Phillips has been recorded in the Probata
Court, any. the Davton Kinpiro, whuh e
an tho estate at iH),it)0.
,.,.""! wss presented tu Alexandria Ith
1 1 U . n . mini lut
fj--Muui of ths people of Znnanrille
r clsnieretia that the new Veniteiititiy
which the Kti'.) I ' niieeted to erect, sbsil
located in that town.
1 1 ratoMrr .tatf- that
tCh..rle. Hu.nner armed in that city
til. Cflni sin M. ..). 11 am im In
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" 1 't C,T AJ ," M""i V' 119 "
iriiiul haltri atirl Ifwiha well
nr-."". "."T " """. .
jftiiM i sip mtni, tonuftriv tMftr.rini
CTJolin C.Fremont handed the list or
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iniiscrtners in Hear a!Iy to tbe pr-
p'wed monument to lb lata 8nntor ItroJ-
eriek. Tho figure he puts down is tSOO.
Acairui.TCHAL. The Ohio State Hoard
A a r U ulttire, with the delegates I're.n
'' f u,tv Agricultural et..oietirs w ill
" " I uiml.u, n V odnesday, tlm
0"47"Of the seven prisoners who escsp.
ed Irom the jail at J olwlo, all have byj
recaptured but Lsne, Kn idor and J.jssvili
i0"1, 'i'" fm "" -"t
mi.,r8 uV'"! F' tt. than
OrS.nne time Inat week th editor of
the Stark County Democrat was attacked
hj, ow nP.um h y Pl,tr ChnrpX
Republican randidal for County Cleik,
who was defented, as ha thought, by the
Democrat' al.t.ae. Chance loughtwith
his fist, the editor with I. is poker. Sa
eneut injury wss done to either party.
Valcabli I'kestit to Gov SiWAn. .
MI.I .... 1' .7 1.1 . ..
moniiimni , i . Auveniser snvs Uur.
;H"W',ra 7", .VT",1- "j Alexandria Ith
.'1,";"; Arabi.i, horse, which he
linn uhtrniiiil tii rliisi unlH I'.n ..I
has shipped to this eountrv. Two of them
will be present. nl to tho Now York State
Agricultural Socit ty.
Coavr.STioR or Sonuiium Chower.
A convention of the growers of the C1.I
nese Sugar Cane was held at Columbus
on the r.'lh Inst., at which some half d.
en samples cf Syrup were exhibited. The
first premium was awarded to David
T J.. '. i" "' ' " ,,7l ' r.T .r . 7
onru.n, v.ie oecona vj it a.vtr .em, ana
the third to Arch Smith,
Mr. 1). M. Cook, of Mansfield, exhibit--
cJ Pi'"'"" of sug mad. in hi. ev.p.
orstor, and atated that ho can make from
one aero of good cane one tun of god su
gar! Another meeting ia to be held at Co
lumbus Dec, lilh, when a further exhibi
tion and awards will take place.
ascertain a copy of our paper that suatain
ond ed a full report of the trial of old Pota
lycoie. wuu.my Ilrown," who, she had heard,
"was now demnied before the court, to.
, t) look up tux documents, our devil look
Gardens ed out of tho window and hallowed 'whoa I
"Iunorancx ia Bliss." We hadadis
tinguished visitor yesterday. Mrs. 1'art
ineton called, and said she "would like to
gether with his chief Cook, for reeitliijf
! o,o negroes ol Vlrginy, to resurrection."
'l'l,n old damsel ividcntly thinks "old
ilrown" is a native Anierican by persua-
I aion, and lately cnaoed in the-Jwlrl or
rosturnnt business. Uefore wo hnd tloTS
with ull his n.iul.t, and the antiquated dic
tionary hualli d down stairs to nee shout
h.-r ba ou h '.Iilvomintn VarajrayK,
Tiir pRr.sinKsVs Threat or Disi-Rioai.
Thb Disi'xioa uox't cove thduuh the
Rfitiilu ass did tkii'mi-h. Tho 1'ra. .
dent's paper, just before the election, p"
peuled in tho most dUlressinir terms in
the people of New York to go for the De
mocracy and to crush Seward, or else the
Union would be promptly dissolved. The
President has heard the news, and now
wants to msmeuvra himself out of hi
mortifying prediianent. II hope he wm
n.intakeii, after all, in what he just now
oiilidontly asserted. With becoming
slu'opisliiiess, he suggewts that the pet
pie of New York "inny.nnd we do bolieve
that the insurrection at Harper's Ferry la
uot the immediate and legitimate result of
tliu anti-slavery diatribes of Seward and
his associates; and tin y may not, audwe
hopo did not, sec that, iu Voting for th
SewsrJ nominees in their Stat , they prac
tically sustained and approved,if not com
mended, the villainous treusiu of lirowo
State Board of Equalization.
The County Auditors of fifteen coun
ties, including Hamilton Slid Cuyahoga,
not having yet made their returns to the
Auditor ol btate, the Hoard ol Lqualiij
""'I aiijuui urn on viini ovu VO ll.ttl 111 Cv-
luiiibus ou the first Tuesday of December
Times Change, And Men.
toyou,uel:lurtu ireouauie wnen appUvd to the
by .,-. docUion whie 0ln ia .
irgii,tfVe character. Unlike the &ea
JoHSBBOwa.luteof j tor ,roi(, MassachusetU, (Mr. Hates.) I
Thu Chicago Times quotes some pas
sages from Mr. Buchsnan's speech in the
Uuiud Statu Senate in la II, or. the
bank question, from which we extract the
fu'luwlng, sniorg oiueb othcrsiinilur trea
son, at least the same doctrines are now
. ("vrniien ui neinan uui riy:
...,llt even if tl) juijicur. bsJ .,tlB1
! tll0 ml,btjl)1 ,1 ,hl)ulu BeVer hold nivsolf
Li, - . ... ..1 .... ,i
uii vuoviu vu pi.cv viib iievrtins
nf the fcoule iu the bauds of any jiUtl
, '.' "
"No in un holds In higher esteem than !
do the itietii iry uCCI.iel Justice Marshall!
but thould never have coiuented to aiuAs
even htm Us nol uriitir fVlui (An oou--
l erumeni and thu ntonle uf thi em.nlrv ml
, r J J
White Slavery in Missouri.
0J Rkward. Ranaway, oo Su'idsy
the 13th inst., my nei'io woman Maria.
The above r. ward w ill be paid for le'r re
turn to 1110 at r-t. 1juis, it takju cut of
tl.e St, to of M'i',uuri, or 5-...U If takvn
within tie; Slate.
Denerijitiou Maris Is a light mulatto,
has straight blueti lino-, hi I. cheekbones
very keen black eye, (4 v lot spetkoe
bb in. .Ii in uiiii e;.-;i hiu tliu b'n krauoe
el an lii.i.an; Is 1 1 .u and l.ae 1 . ...
11.au, prepon.-..--...!.' : sari, ia.y
geut in cuiivein..i en, sud io nl
years of aee.
ISliU bin a lie(.liov ii. -.m. J W.l!
run ausy lioiu u: 10 t; , L -tul r, .
llo is ol a -.v 1. !it c n. el-:.
I I H'O.
light tra fair. b, . ' J
ii.uch thu a j i.e. ...lit I..'.- .. .;
ol Uliddl 1 I V. rv tl.iv. V. .... UI
about twei.t- ! e,;e. A lOe.i.
al r.vi.rd w..! ru.d iv.r i 1-
St. Louis, November 1859.